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College Ranked as Most Popular NH Stop for Presidential Candidates
U.S. News & World Report named Saint Anselm as the most popular New Hampshire campaign stop for presidential candidates....
College Receives $125,000 Grant for Inclusiveness Effort
The funds donated by the Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation will be used over two years to aid programming at the Father Jonathan Multicultural Center and to support the success of minority students....
College Receives $2M for Ethics and Statewide Investor Education Programs
The Center for Public Responsibility and Corporate Citizenship Board has granted funding to Saint Anselm and UNH and to develop and support expansion of governance and statewide investor education programs. ...
College Receives Gift from Alumnus Joseph Chang '50
The college has received a $400,000 gift from Veronica Kim Chang in memory of her husband, alumnus Joseph Jin Chang for an endowed scholarship....
College Recognizes Students for Service
On Wednesday, March 28, the college recognized 16 students at the 19th annual Paul S. Coleman Volunteer Service and Leadership awards ceremony....
College Seeks to Recognize Ten Young Alumni
Every day Saint Anselm alumni are making a difference and the Alumni Association is recognizing noteworthy alumni with a new initiative, the 10 Under 10 Recognition Program...
College Signs St. Francis Pledge to Help Environment
Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., president of the college, has endorsed the Saint Francis Pledge to Care for Creation and the Poor, led by the Catholic Coalition on Climate Change. Saint Anselm College is one of several Catholic colleges that have joined the effort to respond to an environmental ca...
College Sponsors Concert for Professor’s Son, Young Cancer Patient
On Thurs., April 10, Saint Anselm College will host a benefit concert for the son of communication professor Jonathan Lupo, three-year-old cancer patient Henry Archibald-Lupo, in the Dana Center at 7:30 p.m....
College Terrorism Expert Discusses the Islamic State
Politics professor Erik Cleven recently spoke with NECN about extreme violence and to take a closer look at the Islamic State in the wake of the terror attack in Paris last week....
College to Award Five with Honorary Degrees
On Sunday, May 17 at the Saint Anselm College’s 122nd Commencement Exercises, Saint Anselm will bestow honorary degrees upon five worthy individuals....